Back in May, Stan Lee filed a lawsuit against POW! Entertainment, claiming that the company fraudulently obtained exclusive rights to his likeness. This week, apparently, it’s back to business as usual.
The battle between Disney, Lucasfilm, Ren Ventures, and Sabacc Creative is still going strong, but the court’s recent decision on the issue of copyright infringement may change the course of this case.
Neil deGrasse Tyson has been talking about his Space Odyssey video game since 2016, but Warner Brothers is fighting back against his attempt to register the SPACE ODYSSEY mark in the video game marketplace.
Marvel has opposed a trademark for REAL LIFE PRINCIPLES which, let’s be honest, is an absolute knock-off of the Punisher skull and guns logo.
When you were a kid, Sesame Street taught you how to count. Now that you’re older, get ready to learn about trademark oppositions from some of your favorite muppets.
Everyone loves a fun, good-natured event hosted by fans to celebrate their favorite franchise, right? Unfortunately for fans of Harry Potter, Warner Brothers has been vocal in saying otherwise.
Tortonto-based creator Damon Pourshian filed a lawsuit against Disney/Pixar earlier this week, alleging that the studio stole various creative aspects of his college film, Inside Out, for its own 2015 release of the same title.
Michael Jackson may no longer be with us but his estate lives on and is suing ABC for copyright infringement over a recent documentary.
Marvel is struggling to register the CLOAK & DAGGER trademark in association with the upcoming television show.
Stan Lee is in another lawsuit and this time trying to win back the use if his name and likeness.